Chile

Ahu Tongariki - the largest ahu on the Easter Island

Chile

Chile is a South American country wedged between the Andes Mountains and the Pacific Ocean with a coastline over 6,435 kilometers long. This stretched country’s climate ranges from the world's driest desert (the Atacama) in the north, to a Mediterranean climate in the center and an Alpine climate in the south with forests, volcanoes, fjords, inlets, canals, lakes and glaciers. Chile’s natural beauty attracts over 2 million visitors a year. Easter Island is probably Chile’s main tourist destination. Tourists also enjoy San Pedro de Atacama in the north and the Incaic architecture and the altiplano lakes of the Valley of the Moon. Also in the North, many visit the Chungará Lake, as well as the Parinacota and the Pomerape volcanoes. The central Andes boast numerous internationally known ski resorts such as Portillo and Valle Nevado. The main tourist sites in the south are the Chiloé Archipelago, Patagonia, the San Rafael Lagoon and the Towers of Paine National Park. The central port city of Valparaíso is also popular thanks to its unique architecture. Chile is an exciting place to create amazing honeymoon memories.

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